Coronavirus Triple Duty: Teaching, Parenting, Working

Survival Strategies for Parents on Coronavirus Triple Duty: Teaching, Parenting, Working in Brighton and Plymouth, MI


Survival Strategies for Parents on Coronavirus Triple Duty: Teaching, Parenting, Working - McCaskill Family Services - WorkFromHomeBy Emily Kavanagh, M.S., LLP
Clinical Directory and Director of Assistive Technology, McCaskill Family Services

Parents of school-aged children are facing unique and increasing demands in their roles due to COVID-19, with many taking on juggling the demands of being educators, caregivers, employees, and mission impossible grocery shoppers under never-before-experienced circumstances! One of the biggest changes has been the shift to children completing school at home, with their parents now taking a larger role as educators while at the same time managing various other responsibilities. This is new territory for most and can feel overwhelming! We have sorted through all the top tips, strategies, and evidence-based tools for structuring your home, managing stress, and setting healthy expectations, as well as tools and strategies for learning/study techniques and technology to support learning. This webinar provides a condensed, practical guide!

2 Session Recorded Webinar available for purchase for $49.00 (50% off original live version price of $99.00)
 
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